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Below is our complete Spleenful news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Spleenful Streaming Full EP

Spleenful is streaming the full "Bittersweet" EP online, which can be heard below, and the track listing is as follows:

1. Beneath The Wanderig Wave
2. Bittersweet
3. Absinthe Love Affairs
4. Burleske Liebesträum (Cathexis Wicked Serenade)

Details on downloading the full EP can also be found at in the "About" section at YouTube here. More...

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Spleenful Posts "Absinthe Love Affairs" Clip

Brazilian band Spleenful has released a new single titled "Absinthe Love Affairs" and a lyric video for the track can be found below.

The song is taken from the band's debut EP, "Bittersweet," which is also going to be available for free download on October 31st. Spleenful comments:

"Absinthe Love Affairs synthesizes everything the band intend to do, with elements of Gothic, Black and Death Metal with Prog and Classical Music influences. The lyrics reflect the dense atmosphere of the music, based on dark poetry and horror literature from writers such as Lord Byron, Charles Baudelaire, Álvares de Azevedo and Alfred de Musset.

"Spleenful was formed in 2012 by singer Tiago Alano and guitarrist Lucas Cabral when they started to write music together. The band became a main priority to them when female singer Bianca Giovanella joined Spleenful. The line-up also includes Caio Botrel (guitars), Igor Thomaz (bass), Carlos Wilke (drums) and Aldrey (keyboards).

"The band is also releasing their own brand of absinth to celebrate the release of their first single, the Spleenful Absinthe. The first people to experience their exclusive drink are going to be those who attend Dark City, one of the biggest gothic events in Brazilian underground scene, on October 19th." More...

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